Younites Logo Design Contest

Younites has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 164 designs from 38 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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David Gosse
United States

What We Do

Younites is a simple way to earn much-needed contributions for your cause, school, charity or organization.

Industry

Internet

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Uniting members in large groups so that they can easily help raise money for their cause.
#2 - You the individual can now make a difference on a daily basis for your cause just by surfing the web as you always have.
#3 - The power of "you" when united in a social group to effect huge change for a cause.

Our Target Audience:

Younites.com will be used by all; ages, sex, nationality, locations, income, occupation, education, industries, lifestyles and causes. Examples: all the children in a school, all the members of an organization or church, all the contributors to a charity like the Red Cross.

Color Preferences

Green and blue would be the two most preferred colors in the logo.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Definitely want the logo to infer unity, united, that individuals united together can make a difference when part of a common cause, and that there will be almost a "social networking" element to Younites. This is why we chose "web 2.0" as they style choice. Members in large groups, much like Facebook, Twitter, large charities or organizations can be leveraged to increase the effectiveness of a cause.

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Simple
Colorful
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Style

Famous Logos displayed under fair use to enrich the general publics' knowledge of graphic design.

Applications

Web
Print
Signs
Television
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

David Gosse
United States
So far our team is liking #16 by digitalFever the best. Cool inter-weaving of the u and n. A bit concerned that the black text my be too dark and foreboding, but not sure if that is true from a design perspective. We need to determine as a team if the green and blue choices are the right ones as well. How will that blue color tie into an overall web design? Maybe a blue closer to the Twitter blue would work. Is the font style the one we want to run with?

These are the questions we will discuss as a team and post answers to soon. Thanks to everyone for the submissions so far. We will post more feedback soon.
12 years ago
digitalFever
Romania
oh no #24 #25 :( http://www.ubuntu.com/ ?
12 years ago
bluberri
United States
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12 years ago
David Gosse
United States
Can we see #16 with #23's green and blue letters? Can we see a version of #23 with a darker grey?
12 years ago
David Gosse
United States
As a bit more guidance, think "peace". Think soft, warm, friendly, kind, harmony. Those are the kinds of thoughts, emotions and impressions we want the observer to be left with when they see the younites logo. Nothing that is harsh, contrasting, dark etc. Logo should immediately convey working together, coming together, uniting for a common cause. Thanks for all the entries so far.
12 years ago
David Gosse
United States
DigitalFever can you do #16 with the colors of #63?
12 years ago
David Gosse
United States
Could the designer of #89 comment on their interpretation of what the log means/implies? We think it is unique, but want to know what the designer thinks it is.
12 years ago
Ualz
Indonesia
Please read in my private comment box..:)
12 years ago